Our expert says:
There may be two different problems relevant to your condition. The fact that the uterus is absent will of course explain why no bleeding has occurred. However a second problem may be related to hormonal imbalance and in particular increase in your prolactin levels which may account for the white milk-like substance coming through your nipples. Therefore I would recommend that a full hormone evaluation be undertaken despite the fact that the obvious absent of the uterus is a problem. If your ovaries are present then it is possible for you to employ the use of a surrogate mother to carry your biological child. There are several agencies in South Africa who will be able to assist you in sourcing out a surrogate.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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